ARTS & CULTURE
Ground Floor Theatre's Long Comeback
With Gibberish Mostly, Lisa Scheps' company makes its long-awaited return to the stage scene
Ground Floor Theatre's Long Comeback
With Gibberish Mostly, Lisa Scheps' company makes its long-awaited return to the stage scene
With Gibberish Mostly, Lisa Scheps' company makes its long-awaited return to the stage scene
Uncomfortably Happily Is Spot-On
New graphic novel from D&Q nails the modern creative life
by Wayne Alan Brenner
Five Arty Things This Weekend
Not too many, right? Just enough. Just enough for the city.
by Wayne Alan Brenner
2017 Payne Theatre Award Nominees
E.A. Poe musical Nevermore leads the way with 11 noms
by Robert Faires
Theorist Festival Goes Multimedia on the Zilker Hillside
Tech haters gonna love hating technology (and vice versa) this Sunday
by W. A. Brenner
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Flatbed World Headquarters: Opening! Opening! Opening!
Yes: Three gorgeous gallery openings at Flatbed on Friday
Wayne Alan Brenner • Sep. 15, 2017
Five Austin Museum Day Recommendations
Back, tyranny of choice! Back, we say!
Wayne Alan Brenner • Sep. 15, 2017
Austin Arts Give Harvey Relief
Comedy and classical music benefits raise $280K for Houston
Robert Faires • Sep. 14, 2017
Stand-Up Comic Tai Nguyen's Improbable Rise to Hilarity
Vietnam-born comedian on insecurity and his shot-in-the-dark TV special
Carina Magyar • Sep. 15 issue
Winding up 11:11's 11 dances in 11 months and preparing to go string quartet off-roading with invoke and Beerthoven
Sep. 15 issue
Texas Book Festival announces its full lineup of authors for 2017
Sep. 15 issue
The award-winning journalist discusses her latest book, All the Agents and Saints
Marc Savlov, Sep. 8 issue
UT Department of Theatre & Dance rushes to get Robert Schenkkan's timely political drama onstage
Elizabeth Cobbe, Sep. 8 issue
Southwest Theatre's focused cast overcomes the oddities in the script to serve up a snarky, funny look at the theatre business
Shanon Weaver, Sep. 8 issue
Robert Schenkkan races to get his latest work on stage
Robert Faires, Sep. 1 issue
In her solo show, Ebony Stewart makes a canvas out of herself and a beautiful gift we should embrace
Elizabeth Cobbe, Sep. 1 issue
GenEnCo uses an eclectic mix of objects to explore how relics of relationships past keep us connected to love
Robert Faires, Sep. 1 issue
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The Chronicle Interviews Al Franken Minnesota's junior senator stops in for a brief chat
The Trouble at Fantastic Fest Devin Faraci's rehiring and subsequent resignation casts shadow over film fest